Former racer Jeff Haney has joined the OMS firm, which manages Ben Bostrom and others.
Here's the release from OMS:
OMS Ltd., the extreme motorsports marketing and management agency, is pleased to announce the addition of Jeff Haney as their Road Race/Dirt Track Account Executive. Haney comes to OMS with an extensive background in road and dirt track racing.
On March 1, Haney will begin tending to the needs of OMS's current road race and dirt track clients, which include Ben Bostrom, Larry Pegram, Lance Isaacs, Jake Zemke, Chris Carr and the Competition Accessories/Ducati team. He will also help in guiding OMS athletes through the many tough decisions they may encounter at the racetrack and in their career decisions.
As a successful racer turned trainer and instructor, Jeff possesses knowledge of the industry that can only be gained through first hand experience. Working with the likes of Kenny Roberts, Freddie Spencer, Kevin Schwantz, Scott Russell, and many other top name racers has given Jeff invaluable insight into the sport of road racing.
Well-known and respected within the motorcycle industry, Haney looks forward to joining the OMS Ltd. "I'm happy to be joining the OMS team and look forward to working with new up-and-coming riders as well as the guys I have known for years. I want to share my experiences, both good and bad, with the hope of helping these guys understand and lengthen their careers. Haney said from his Monterey, CA home. "OMS is by far the most professional agency out there and I strongly believe in their marketing and management concept. I'm really excited about what we can do together to help benefit our riders, teams and the sports of Road Race and Dirt Track."
"We look forward to working with Jeff, his knowledge of the road and dirt track racing will only enhance our team," OMS's Fred Bramblett commented. "With the recent growth of motorcycle sports, it's necessary for OMS to add quality people such as Jeff to our organization to insure that we offer our clients the very best support available."